What is a prenup agreement?

Answer A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two parties who are about to get married to help divide assets in case the marriage leads to divorce or if one party predeceases (dies before) the other... Read More »

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Does Texas require a prenup to be notarized?

Texas Family Code Chapter 4--Premarital and Marital Property Agreements does not require a prenuptial agreement be notarized. The only requirements are that the agreement be in writing and willingl... Read More »

The Advantages of a Prenuptial Agreement & a Community Separate Property Agreement?

Marriage is a legal union between two persons, usually entailing legal and financial obligations of one person to the other. The phrase "legal union" makes a marriage sound more like a contractual ... Read More »

What is the difference between a rental agreement&a lease agreement?

Renting or leasing a house or apartment is common. The terms "rent" and "lease" are often used interchangeably. However, there are stark differences between the two. Before you sign or offer any su... Read More »

Is it illegal for a property management company of a condo complex to withhold an agreement from fha unless they receive a confidentiality agreement from the mortgage company?

Yes, the State of Colo, If someone is managing residential property 4 units or less that is not theirs, they have to have a Active Real Estate License.